Caribbean Collection – All That Jazz

From Nail Harmony (the brand who brought you Gelish) comes All That Jazz. Kindly named after their daughter, All That Jazz is a nail polish designed to give you the same, high quality finish as a gel manicure. This is great for me, as I began to develop contact dermatitis every time I used gel polish with a UV lamp.


I was kindly gifted the Caribbean Collection to try, which would usually retail for £29.95. I change my polish every few days, so you can imagine my excitement when I received these four, fun looking polishes. The shades included are;

Jamaican Me Crazy – A passionate pink
Don’t Be A Jerky – A flaming orange
Patty Cake – A bright turquoise
Caribbean Queen – A powerful purple


They are all quick drying, even with two coats. And, the latter three have a semi-matte effect. It’s a unique finish that I’ve not come across before. They dry instantly after painting, without clogging. I used them on both my fingers and toes, last for multiple days. I’d recommend a top coat to extend their life without chipping. But, the bright hues are perfect for summer. Jamaican Me Crazy has a shimmer effect, which was a more subtle shade. It was nice to have a feature finger with this alternative colour on.

Sometimes, when you use strong or bright colours, they stain you nails. There was absolutely no damage, or stainage after using The Caribbean Collection.


All That Jazz bring out a new collection quarterly. So, a new selection of shades for each season. You can also purchase the shades separately for £9.98 each (free postage).

I’ve got my eye on The Enchanted Forest collection next, but I’m excited to see what their next autumn range will be!

– All views are my own.




  1. So interesting how you can develop dermatitis from the UV light! Also, the descriptions of the colors are so creative! “Powerful purple” I love it 😊

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